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Lambertville is open for business during bridge construction


Editor's Note: This item has been updated to remove a phrase that suggested the bridge would be closed during restoration. 

Amid the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge work, Union Chill Cannabis Company and the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce want the public to remember — Lambertville is open for business.

Traffic flow on the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge will be impacted this year by a restoration project. Drivers are encouraged to follow the detour plan indicating that westbound traffic will be maintained across the bridge, and eastbound traffic will flow from Route 202 (from west) or Route 32 (from South) to Route 29. Construction is set to begin on Jan. 29 and expected to end in September.

“As a locally owned business, we value our neighbors and are committed to helping those in our community stay informed. We want our customers to know that we are still here for them and ready to deliver the same unparalleled shopping experience they’ve come to expect,” said Union Chill Vice President of Marketing Matt Borish.

“Lambertville is home to some of the most beloved shops, restaurants and businesses in the region. It is important for the vitality of our region that we continue to support these businesses during the temporary traffic disruptions,” said the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce President Lisa Voorhees.

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